Double D, Boston Herald: It has been a terrific run for Missouri, but seriously, are the Tigers worthy of a top-five ranking? The hunch here is that Missouri's magic is about to run out. Take South Carolina and the points.
Howie Kussoy, New York Post: Baylor is another team on a major roll. The Bears steamrolled Iowa State last week and now take their show to lowly Kansas. Expect the Jayhawks (+34.5) to click their cleats three times and remind Baylor there's no place like home.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus is coming off a 3-2 week and will once again ride the Iowa bandwagon. The Hawkeyes, he notes, have covered four of their last five games. Northwestern, Iowa's opponent, has failed to cover four of its last five against Division I-A teams.
Bruce Feldman, CBS Sports.com: Feldman stumbled to the finish line last week, going 9-11. But he promises this week will be different, beginning with Oklahoma ending Texas Tech's undefeated run.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: The big game Saturday is in Eugene, where Oregon plays host to UCLA. The Bruins are getting 23.5 points, but that's not enough. Take the Ducks.
Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports.com: The always entertaining Man vs. Woman vs. Machine. There's one unanimous pick on the board, and it's Clemson rolling over Maryland.
Phil Steele, New York Post: Steele is charging for picks on his site, but he's also doing a freebie column on the Post. His selections this week are Nebraska (-10.5) and Virginia Tech (-13.5). For the season, he is 7-8-1.
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